I suggest not going the one-at-a-time route for these reasons:
Without an indication of how long a task will take, many users will
simply abort the task altogether. If the user does not immediately know how many questions there will be they may not even begin, or quit after answering an arbitrary number of questions which they deem "too many".
If you show ...
I'd say its good to be up-front with users and actually talk about location.
Most "mapping" apps are owned by the device maker eg Apple Maps, Google Maps and you give them access in the device TOS. So in those cases they don't ask for permissions.
However, newly installed 3rd party apps on current versions of iOS (13) & Android (10) are ...
Having it in a list view just as you have it is intuitive. However, I would suggest that you add a border around the 'protocol' just like you have it on the 'remove' button. The remove button can now be replaced with an icon just beside the protocols.
That way, you can save more space for longer protocol titles and have the protocols easily identifiable.
Here we have 4 steps for users:
Filling sign up form
Tell user a verification link sent to entered email address
Clicking on verification link to confirm email address & tell user email confirmed or not
Ask user to login with entered username & password or redirect user from confirmation page alert to login page automatically
In first step you have ...
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An equally important part of the interaction design process is lending out an ear to the customer or client requirements and interpreting them correctly. Their persistence to continue the carousel based approach could hint at the requirement of making the events/programs visible from the word go, rather than pushing them ...